I am not an infectious disease specialist but if I must say here in Ohio when we had the quarantine stay at home order from the governor and also the notice to wear masks in public places traffic and crowds were way done.
If you went to a business, store, bank, whatever and you did not have a mask you were not permitted to enter.
Some businesses that were financially strapped would provide masks at the door with purell hand sanitizers to get you in to spend your money.
Now that we are phasing out and restrictions are lifting the traffic and crowds are growing day by day.
But what is sad is that;
If you go to Wall Mart you should see the used masks left in buggies (shopping carts).
Before I used to see just random all kinds of trash on the side of the road.
Now I see masks, rubber gloves in the grass curbside.
Now how safe can that be.
Someone has to pick these infectious items up.
Years ago articles were published on the over use of antibiotics and we were causing "super bugs" that antibiotics were becoming resistant to, from over prescription.
Now, how safe is this practice of people trashing the environment. Are we creating stronger viruses.
I can just see some non-caring lazy slobs, leaving their masks all over the ship, pool, decks, track lounges for someone else to pick up. How gross and un safe will this be?
I want to cruise.
But, I will play by the rules.
I can only hope all do when cruising resumes.